Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Thursday, March 28, 2019

TWO PARENTS IN COLLEGE ADMISSIONS SAT CHEATING SCANDAL CHARGED WITH MONEY LAUNDERING

As if their problems weren't bad enough, two of the parents who orchestrated an illegal upgrade of their child's SATa score, so that he could more easily gain admission to college,  were charged with money laundering, a 20-year felony. Amy and Gregory Colburn, of Palto Alto, California, were already facing mail fraud & wire fraud charges. They actually claimed a tax deduction for their alleged $24,000 payment to a bogus charity.

Their son's SAT scores were illegally changed by a test proctor hired by the individual that ran the illicit operation.

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